Farmer Bruner was working at dusk last night plowing the field next to our veggie garden. This is our garden showing the first few rows of cutting flowers sprouting. You can barely see the hills of squash on the far right.
Monthly Archive: June 2016
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HOT, HOT, HOT! HOT PEPPERS & HOMEMADE HOT PEPPER SAUCE With the wide variety of peppers from sweet to incredibly hot, I thought it would be fun to talk about these versatile and colorful veggies once again. But wait a minute, peppers are the Herb Society’s herb of the year! How can that be? …
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These longer days find us outside until just about dark. Both the vegetable and herb gardens are starting to look really nice. Not too many weeds yet! We’re already harvesting radishes. Along with the red globe and Daikon radishes, one of our favorites turns out to be an heirloom radish called Cincinnati radish. Ron Wilson, …
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